Chemical Reaction Engineering, Third Edition helps students learn how to answer reactor design questions reliably and effectively. To accomplish this, the text emphasizes qualitative arguments, simple design methods, graphical procedures, and frequent comparison of capabilities of major reactor types. This approach helps students develop a strong intuitive sense for good design.
HOMOGENEOUS REACTIONS IN IDEAL REACTORS.
Introduction to Reactor Design.
Design for Single Reactions.
Design for Parallel Reactions.
Potpourri of Multiple Reactions.
NON IDEAL FLOW.
The Dispersion Model.
The Tank-in-Series Model.
REACTIONS CATALYZED BY SOLIDS.
Solid Catalyzed Reactions.
The Packed Bed Catalytic Reactor.
Fluid-Fluid Reactions: Kinetics.
Fluid-Particle Reactions: Design.
Substrate Limiting Microbial Fermentation.
Product Limiting Microbial Fermentation.
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